Continental Hospitals : Excellence in Every Dimension

Continental Hospitals is a 750-bed super specialty hospital dedicated to excellence in medical services. It is a part of the Parkway Pantai Ltd, one of the region’s largest integrated private healthcare groups with a network of 22 hospitals and more than 4,000 beds throughout Asia, including Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, India, China and Vietnam. In Singapore, Parkway Pantai is the largest private healthcare provider and operates Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital, Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Gleneagles Hospital and Parkway East Hospital – all accredited by Joint Commission International (JCI).

Pursuit of Excellence
By building an environment driven by interdisciplinary collaboration and innovative practice in the field of medicine, the hospital provides the highest quality patient-centric care. Continental’s carefully chosen team of experts, who are internationally-recognised healthcare professionals from over 30 specialties, is dedicated to providing patient care using world-class medical equipment.

Trusted International & National Accreditation
Continental Hospitals has been accredited by Joint Commission International (JCI), USA. Continental Hospitals is the first hospital in India, in the state of Telangana, and also the first multi-specialty hospital (with oncology) in the world to get the JCI accreditation in less than two years. It is also the first hospital in the Indian subcontinent to obtain the ‘Gold Seal’ in the first attempt. Continental Hospitals has also completed NABH Accreditation as well as NABH Accreditation for nursing excellence.

Preferred Global Destination
Continental Hospitals serves close to 2,500 international patients every year with the most significant number arriving from African countries like Somalia, Kenya, Oman, Uganda, Nigeria, Sudan, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania and Ethiopia. The SAARC countries of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka too have a large patient flow at Continental. An increasing number of patients from Germany, South Korea and Australia are also choosing Continental Hospitals as their preferred medical destination. Usually, international patients travel to Hyderabad for high end clinical treatments like transplants (solid organ and BMT, etc), cardiac ailments, neurosurgery, oncology, orthopaedics, etc. There is also a growing demand for services in cosmetic surgery, dermatology, dentistry and pain medicine. In 2016, Continental Hospitals achieved new heights in the international medical sector by receiving the ‘Center of Excellence Award’ at the Third International Indian Medical Tourism Congress (IIMTC).

Meticulous Infection Control Practices
With unwavering focus on patient safety and health, Continental Hospitals has ensured near perfect maintenance of building and its infrastructure. Temperatures and air vents are operated at a level that prevent cross infection, along with strict maintenance of equipment sterility. The facility is fitted with HEPA air filters to minimise dust allergens and other pathogens in the environment. Patient rooms are constantly monitored for cleanliness while safeguarding privacy and security. Recently, its Central Sterile Services Department received the Asia Pacific Society of Infection Control Center of Excellence Award after nearly two years of audit process. This award promotes use of standards and best practices to deliver quality disinfection and sterilisation services for its patients.

Continental Transplant Programme
The Continental Transplant Programmee is the convergence of exceptional surgical talent, latest organ preservation techniques and a highly efficient organ transplant co-ordination team. To further develop and enhance its capabilities in organ transplant, it has initiated heart transplantations as well as consolidated its position in liver, kidney and bone marrow transplants.


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